Police in Natick are looking for at least two people who managed to make off with close to $50,000 worth of tools and construction materials.
The big change – outbound traffic to Cambridge will be narrowed down to one lane. The two inbound lanes to Boston will remain.
A number of developers are pushing construction companies to push down costs so several stalled mega-projects can get back on track.
Drivers who travel along the Charles River on Nonantum Road in Brighton are very familiar with the traffic problems.
The construction sector’s summer of hope is turning with the weather, as what once appeared to be a budding recovery may now be shaping up to be nothing more than a temporary fix.
Bridge and highway repairs in Massachusetts are millions of dollars over budget while running years behind schedule, according to a new report.
Sen. Scott Brown says he is encouraged by President Barack Obama’s proposal to get unemployed veterans jobs.
The MBTA is kicking off a new campaign to get people to stop using public transportation… at least between two particular stops. Instead, the ‘T’ is telling people to walk.
For the next eight months, the MBTA will be shutting down trolley service on the Green Line from North Station to Lechmere.
The construction industry in the Bay State has been hit hard during this economic downturn.